What about lake Washington/sammamish for cutts ?
Would require a boat, no? I'm boatless.What about lake Washington/sammamish for cutts ?
Hmmm. Still fairly new to Washington, so hadn't heard of Dusty. Will have to pick up new issue of that magazine. (Is it near Quincy?)Puget Sound, Yakima River, and I hear Dusty Lake just got some good press
I hear you. I lived in Laramie, WY for three years and got spoiled for moving water trout fishing. Now I focus on lakes. The key to being satisfied with fishing in WA is to enjoy the best of what's here. Take a trip to ID/MT to scratch the itch for what's not.Hmmm. Still fairly new to Washington, so hadn't heard of Dusty. Will have to pick up new issue of that magazine. (Is it near Quincy?)
As for the Sound and the Yak, they're both on my list of possibilities. I've fished the heck out of the Yak, so I know exactly what I'd be in for over there. It's fine, but was hoping for something a little more...secluded I guess?
See, I spent a lot of the summer over in Idaho, and now I feel really spoiled. I keep hoping/wishing Washington had an equivalent to the St. Joe or the North Fork of the Coeur d'Alene. But so far, I can't find them.
Yes, I was on the SF wednesday and it was too high and fast, got just one to hand.I'll second the vote for the forks of the Snoqualmie if you're in the Seattle area. "Secluded" is a relative term, and I'd call them relatively secluded. They're probably running pretty high right now though.